Clouds float by the sun, making shadows and shaping figures in the sky, colored by warm beams of the sunset. The clouds look dense from the earth. However, if anyone tries to touch them, they would only find a vague haze getting farther from away, like a skyline. The same happens with "Mood of Clouds" album sound. It twists and wraps around a masterful image, not giving any chance to get closer. The higher the game climbs above the surface, the thicker and delicate it becomes creating natural and peaceful atmospheres. Sometimes it's a sad sound, sometimes it's petting and hushing, expressively twisting, or even dizzying almost falling into anabiosis - all hues of air moods rolled in one. Listen and fly away.